Hong Kong - December 7, 2016 – Eastasiasoft Limited, the independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, have announced that Bard’s Gold, a roguelike action platformer from developer Pixel Lantern, will launch on the PlayStation®Store in Asia and Japan on December 15, 2016.
Fully localized for the Asian market, Bard’s Gold will be available for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system at a price of ¥980 (incl. tax)/US$ 8.99. All users can enjoy a 10% discount during the first two weeks of release. The game supports Cross-Buy on PS4 and PS Vita.
Players can look forward to an old-school platforming experience with more than 100 levels, beautifully designed retro graphics, deadly boss battles, and much more.
About Bard’s Gold
Bard’s Gold is a challenging platformer that lets you explore strange worlds while seeking a goblin who stole your gold. Help Bard avoid the dungeon’s many perils and use your new-found treasures to improve your character and buy new weapons and gear.
- Old-school platforming experience
- 100+ randomly selected levels
- Extremely challenging & rewarding gameplay
- Beautifully designed retro graphics
- Powerful abilities & skills to unlock
- Deadly boss battles
- Fully localized in Japanese, Chinese, Korean & English
- Cross-Buy on PlayStation®4 & PlayStation®Vita
Eastasiasoft Limited is an independent, Hong Kong–based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment specializing in video games and related media. Founded in 2007, eastasiasoft has worked on and published titles such as Rainbow Skies, Rainbow Moon, Lost Sea, and the Söldner-X franchise.
About Pixel Lantern
Pixel Lantern is a Germany-based indie video game development studio consisting of two talented individuals, Erdem and Jenny. Sharing a strong enthusiasm for playing and developing video games, the married couple is making its first entry into the gaming industry with Bard’s Gold, which won an award at the Turkish Kristal Piksel Video Game Awards in 2015.